Further women's health research by joining our compensated study.
Approximately 15 million women of reproductive-age in the United States have overweight or obesity AND use a combined oral contraceptive pill (COC). Though many women report weight gain as a side effect of COCs, a definitive link between COC use and weight gain has not been established.
The purpose of this study is to learn how starting a COC affects weight when compared to non-hormonal methods of birth control.
Join our study to learn more about how weight, fat distribution, eating behaviors, and appetite may change over 6 months from COC initiation.